Kansas officials confirmed a vote upholding abortion rights following a partial recount Sunday, per AP.

Officials reviewed the ballots of nine of Kansas’ 105 counties at the request of Melissa Leavitt after voters this month rejected an amendment that would have eliminated the right to an abortion from the state’s constitution.

Voters rejected the amendment by roughly 165,000 votes with some 922,000 ballots cast in the traditionally conservative state.

The outcome of the recount by hand resulted in fewer than 60 votes changing, the Kansas City Star reports.

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